Tra Bouscaren (MFA '12) Exhibiting in "Naked Factory," a Group Show at the Kunsthalle M3, Berlin

Naked Factory
10 Jahre Kunsthalle M3

On View: 5.11. - 27.11
Opening Reception: 5.11, 6 PM

Performance by Yurie Ido: 5.11, 8 PM

Kunsthalle M3
Atelierhaus Mengerzeile
Mengerzeile 1-3
12435 Berlin-Treptow-Nord

Naked Factory was written up in Tip, Berlin's equivalent of Time Out.  Below is an image of the press:

Jamal Cyrus's (MFA '08) "Alpha's Bet Is Not Over Yet," to Take Place at the New Museum, November 10, 2011

In conjunction with the exhibition “Museum as Hub: Steffani Jemison and Jamal Cyrus: Alpha’s Bet Is Not Over Yet,” Jemison and Cyrus have invited guests to read and interpret their favorite selections from the periodicals on display. These public readings will take place in the 5th floor Museum as Hub gallery space and are free and open to the public.

For more information about Jamal Cyrus and Alpha's Bet Is Not Over Yet, please visit

Alpha's Bet Is Not Over Yet

Thursday Nov 10, 2011, 7 PM

New Museum
235 Bowery
New York, NY 10002
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Heather Ramsdale (MFA '10) and Leigh Van Duzer (MFA '10) Exhibitng at the Fowler Arts Collective, Brooklyn, NY

Heather Ramsdale and Leigh Van Duzer are exhibiting with two other artists, Gabriela Salazar and Sara Schenckloth, in a show titled The Build Up, at the Fowler Arts Collective in Brooklyn, NY.  The common thread between each of these artists' work is the investigation of infrastructure and the transformation of visible structures.  The artists will be expressing the themes through a variety of media, including sculpture, photography, site-sensitive installation, and drawing.

For more information about The Build Up, please visit
The Build Up
On View:  Nov. 5th to Dec. 4th, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, Nov. 5th from 6 to 9pm
Fowler will have open gallery hours on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-6 pm (closed November 26th and 27th). During other times, the exhibition can be viewed by appointment.

Fowler is located in the historic Greenpoint Terminal building on the East River waterfront at
67 West Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222.

Deb Hoy (MFA '08) Exhibiting at The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral

For more information about Michael and Mary, please visit



Tra Bouscaren (MFA '12) Commissioned by Prius and Flavorpill to Create an Interpretation of the New Prius Plug-In Model

 Artists Wanted's Art Takes Miami 2010 finalist Tra Bouscaren has been commissioned by Prius and Flavorpill to create an exciting interpretation of the all-new Prius Plug-In model. Check out Tra's vibrant and dynamic execution and if you like what you see, vote for his art and you could win a VIP trip for two to this year's Art Basel Miami (or one of 25 signed prints from the artist himself)!

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Mikey Winsor (MFA '12) Exhibiting at the Physical Lab

Mikey Winsor (MFA '12) is exhibiting in a solo show titled Liquid on Pane, at the Physical Lab, located in the Morgan Building, at the University of Pennsylvania.  His wife, Yoko, will be holding a piano performance at Fisher-Bennett Hall, previous to the opening, on October 21st.

For more information about Mikey Winsor's work, or about Liquid on Pane, please visit

Liquid on Pane
On View: October 20th – 25th, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, October 21st
4:20pm – piano performance by Yoko, Fisher-Bennett Hall, room 407
5:00 – 7:00pm – gallery viewing, Morgan Physical Lab 

Morgan Physical Lab
205 South 34th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104


Andrew Prayzner (MFA '05) Participating in a Group Exhibition at the University of Delaware

Andrew Prayzner (MFA '05) is participating in a show titled, The Unsettled, which just opened this week at the University of Delaware. The Unsettled is a group exhibition comprised of fifteen artists: Susan Camp, Erica Eyres, Alex Fogt,  Brandon Jones, Patrick Koziol, Michael Merry, Cindy Stockton Moore, Josh Nobiling, Andrew Prayzner,  Elaine Quave, Troy Richards, Terri Saulin, Jacob Smiley, Adam Parker Smith, Lindsay Wraga.  The Unsettled was co-curated by Michael Merry and Patrick Koziol, two current MFA Candidates at the University of Delaware. 

For more information about the show and about Andrew Prayzner's work, please visit


The Unsettled
On View: October 13 – November 27, 2011
2nd Thursday Receptions: October 13th & November 10th from 6-9pm
University of Delaware Gallery

1400 N American Street
Suite 105
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
Hours: Wednesday, 12-4, and Thursday thru Sunday 12 to 6


Amy Archambault (MFA '11) Exhibiting in Group Show at the Worcester State University Gallery

Amy Archambault (MFA '11) will be exhibiting one of her drawings in the show titled, The Global Perspective: Understanding the Past, Looking to the Future,  curated by Catherine Wilcox-Titus, Professor of Art History at Worcester State University.  The Global Perspective  is comprised of 22 artists.  The jurors,  Kristina Durocher (Director of the University of New Hampshire Gallery), Anne LaPrade Seuthe (Director of the Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst), and Lexi Lee Sullivan (Assistant Curator for the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park), selected artists working within a multitude of mediums, but with similar thematic content.  The Global Perspective is the Gallery’s response to Worcester State University’s themed semester: Worcester and the World.  The artists chosen have explored the tensions, challenges, and opportunities inherent in our present time and space.  

For more information about The Global Perspective: Understanding the Past, Looking to the Future, please contact:

Catherine Wilcox-Titus, Director of the Gallery at Worcester State University 

The Global Perspective: Understanding the Past, Looking to the Future

On View: 
Oct. 20- Dec. 1, 2011

Opening Reception: 
Thursday, Oct. 20, 6-8 PM
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 1-4 pm. 

The Gallery is situated on the first floor of the Ghosh Science and Technology building, which faces onto Chandler Street on the Worcester State University campus at 486 Chandler Street, Worcester MA 01602.

Alexi Worth (Senior Critic) Exhibiting at DC Moore Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present Alexi Worth's most recent paintings in our project space. Show of Hands is a group of nearly monochromatic up-close images that revisit the artist's earlier themes in a new, distinctively reinvented pictorial language. Abandoning oil paint in favor of sprayed pigment, Worth has created an idiom of stenciled, layered shapes where the effects of frontal lighting are exaggerated and transformed. Reminiscent at times of photo-collage, 3-D animation, and cartooning, the new images are literally drawn from everyday life: people smoking, drinking, stacking fruit or crushing paper. From these modest situations, Worth makes images that are at once graphic and intricate, antipainterly but insistently handmade

For more information about the show, please visit

Show of Hands
On ViewOctober 13 - November 12, 2011
Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 13, 6 - 8 PM

DC Moore Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 2nd floor,
212-247-2111  Chelsea


Mary A. Valverde (MFA '12) Exhibiting Video, "Bound," at Underline Gallery, as Part of AIOP Festival NYC 2011

Mary A. Valverde (MFA '12) will be exhibiting her video titled Bound, at Underline Gallery this week, as part of the AIOP  (Art in Odd Places) Festival in NYC.  A special screening and reception will take place on Saturday, October 8th  from 7-8 pm.

For more information on AIOP, Underline Gallery and Mary A. Valverde, please visit

AIOP Festival NYC 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 8th, 2011, 7-8pm

Underline Gallery
238 West 14th Street
NYC 10011